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Throat for the ntirety of the 450 pages I care way too much about too many of these people who put their darling little lives into too much danger About midway through I was bargaining with my own feelings Like ok Bird can go Mercy can go the bakery can burn down I will deal but if ANYTHING happens to VAL I will incite a mighty riot Like all good mysteries I managed to keep up with the twists and turns sometimes foolishly thinking I was ahead of the mystery FOOLISH I SAY There are twist to be had without coming out of left field a very rewarding read ven with the levated blood pressure "The Timothy Wilde trilogy concludes with The Fatal Flame and I can t "Timothy Wilde trilogy concludes with The Fatal Flame and I can t but feel a little sad because I m going to miss the world and it s charactersTimothy seemed very distracted in this book which made the mystery feel a little less cohesive that the previous twoGender and politics make up the main crux of the story We get to see the terrible mistreatment of immigrants particularly women the unfair condition All three books in the series are 4 s Ms Faye is becoming a favorite B 72% More Than Satisfactory 72% More than Satisfactory Secondary characters are mere objects of outrage or pity vital insofar as they act out a narrative of moral correctness If The Fatal Flame turns out to be the final installment in the Timothy Wilde series and I have on good report that it is Lyndsay Faye has saved the best for last and delivered a dynamic normously satisfying conclusion If you ve read Gods of Gotham and Seven for a Secret you re going to want to run to get The Fatal Flame out 51215 If you haven t and you re a fan of literary mysteries historical fiction or just well written hero stories that immerse you in another world then what the hell have you been doing Go get Gods of Got Trigger warnings fire murder nineteenth century approaches to mental health care tortureWhat Lyndsay Faye does consistently well is capture the gritty underbelly of historical society She s clearly done a HUGE amount of research into the language the tensions the food the medical practices and the politics of the time and she manages to seamlessly weave all of it into a story that s compelling and tense and action packed I ve thoroughly njoyed this series and the diversity that it brings with it The characters are wonderful there are plenty of moral grey zones and they all feel incredibly human The mystery is gripping and the whole thing was thoroughly njoyable I still think the second book in the trilogy is my favourite but this one wasn t far behind The Fatal Flame by Lyndsay Faye returns us to the world of 1840 s New York City Five Points the birth of the Copper Stars and the graft and corruption of Tammany Hall Young Copper Star Timothy Wilde must investigate the arson of a decrepit tenement building and the issuing death of two women but what he finds as he digs deeper is worse than the burning death of these two young women far worseNo one hates fires than Timothy Wilde His parents consumed in a blaze His own face horribly disfigured So when a corrupt Tammany Hall Politician. Mes consults him His dismay scalates when his audacious and charismatic older brother Valentine himself deeply politically A Certain Justice (Adam Dalgliesh, entrenched decides to run against the incumbent who they suspect is guilty of assault and far darker crimes Immediately after his brother’s courageous declaration Timothy finds himself surrounded by powerfulnemies who threaten to harm those he cares about most Meanwhile the love of Timothy’s life Mercy Underhill unexpectedly appears on his door. The third installment of the Timothy Wilde series flounders a bit in its The Shadow Reader execution and the overall tension in the series seems to continually decline as the stakes feel lower and lower withach new book The Fatal Flame is as well researched and Cinderella Unmasked (Fairytale Fantasies elouently written as it s predecessors but the book concerns itself with too many subplots the book has to do with the mystery of an arsonist but it s also about Timothy s love life it s about politics and concerns itself with anlection it focuses on Timothy s relationship with his brother it s also a story about women s rights And poverty And racism And rape It s no small feat to work all of these topics into one book but the result is the absence of a primary plot line that s developed nough to hold the reader captive On the upside the author s character descriptions are as magnificent as always Her faced was pie round and pasty with flaking lips and royal violet semicircles under her yes that reminded me of Val after a positively operatic morphine spree She was too tall to be a child too lost to be a woman full grown Starving To Death As to death as was dressed in rags and filth the poor wretch looked as if she were already decomposing A snowy beard and a grey top hat completed the benevolent picture But he was only a pantomime of a prosperous businessman McGlynn owned a thin gash of a mouth and the stare of a born slave trader the outline of a flask marred his jacket and his nails where they gripped the pasteboard sign were dark with grit And the author peppers in lovely descriptions that beg to be read multiple times She laughed then subsided into the uiet we favor a uiet like lazy lemon hued Sunday mornings and balmy August firefly nights She kissed me and I breathed in the warm bready scent of her before catching the back of her head with my fingertips and chasing the hint of brown sugar I always suspect lurks on the underside of her tongue The Fatal Flame is a nice addition to the series nothing nothing less This is the third book in the Timothy Wilde series by Lyndsay Faye Out of the three this was my least favorite The second one was by far my most favorite Even though this one wasn t my favorite I still liked it I m a fan of this author s writing She is very The Power Of A Choice elouent at times Her descriptions andven the vocabulary is wonderful to read I also liked the characters The brothers are so well drawn I love how they are ready to kill ach other one minute and in the next they are showing fondness This relationship is well doneI guess there were a couple of things that I disliked It was mostly with the story line It was a little political which is definitely not my thing Also things were often kind of conveniently dropped into their laps to help them get to the bottom of the mystery I m not a fan of thatat all Overall this was 3 stars and I liked the way some of the loose nds were tied up with this last book in the trilogy Thank you Lyndsay Faye I can definitely tell you that Timothy Wilde was worth getting to know I got an ARC A dubious honor when the result was my heart in my. The final installment in Lyndsay Faye’s Timothy Wilde series which Lee Child called “solid gold” and Gillian Flynn declared “spectacular” No one in 1840s New York likes fires copper star Timothy Wilde least of all After a blaze killed his parents and another left him with a terrible scar he has avoided flames of all kinds So when a seamstress turned arsonist threatens Robert Symmes a corrupt tycoon high in the Tammany Hall ranks Timothy isn’t thrilled that Sym. .
Robert Symmes is threatened by a disgruntled former mployee and activist Timothy is charged with catching the would be arsonist What he finds out is that the vendetta goes much deeper than the burning down of a building It has to do with the deplorable conditions the seamstress and her co workers struggle under and the use of force to keep them in line To make matters worse Tim s brother Valentine himself deeply political decides to campaign against Symmes As Tim digs he finds that Symmes is suspected of crimes much darker than he could imagine To come to the truth Tim must align himself with an nemy he cannot trust the Madame Silkie MarshA corner of her mouth curved ironically Do you know I readily admit that you are a man who can string words together Mr Wilde Though it is likely the only uality you possess other than a profound knack for barging other than a profound knack for barging where you are unwanted Just why are you palavering with me then Because I want you to barge in where you are wanted for once in your petty little life she hissed showing the bile beneath the The Case for Paleolibertarianism and Realignment on the Right elegance You re trying to convince me to protect you I realized No I know you ll protect me She gestured at the brothel we were fast approaching its sedatexterior belying the perverse Oh My God, What a Complete Aisling events that had occurred within You won t want to protect me as uncomfortable as that fact might be when placed alongside your tiresome notions of chivalry But protect me you will nevertheless Whyso Because you ll be protecting fourteen other girls Mr WildeWilde must content withnemies too powerful for him alone and also with the return of the woman he loves but can never attain Mercy Underhill He must decide what is fact and what is fantasy as the next arson is set to happen Lyndsay Faye creates a New York in a window of time that is as rife with corruption and grit and lawlessness that it would make Martin Scorsese "s Gangs of New York look pale in comparison In Timothy Wilde she has created a flawed hero "Gangs of New York look pale in comparison In Timothy Wilde she has created a flawed hero s sense of right and wrong is tested by the city the time and most of all by those he loves The Fatal Flame is book three of the Timothy Wilde mysteries and ties together so many of the loose Monsieur Pain ends that had been left dangling in the first two tales It is a finale but one hopes that it is not thend of Timothy Wilde and Faye brings us back to this city this time and this copper star for at least one runFaye also as she has in her two prior mysteries staring Timothy Wilde addresses a horrible injustice suffered by the people of this time The seamstresses who suffered under the yoke of their master s oppression The rapes suffered by women that too often would go unpunished Immigrants who were turned into prostitutes by the men and women who they though would befriend Them And The Machinations Of and the machinations of city government meant to line its own pockets far above and before caring for its people At a time when the nation was beginning to be torn apart with the upcoming Civil WarFaye is a terrific writer who has chiseled out a time and mystery series that is as yet unrivaled by others in this fieldA terrific rea. Step and takes under her wing a starving Irish orphan who may be the key to stopping the combustions threatening the city if only they can make sense of her cryptic accounts The closer they come to deciphering her wild tales of witches and angels however the closer Timothy comes to the fiery and shocking conclusion that forces him to face verything he fears most A boisterous and suspenseful book from a master of historical adventure The Fatal Flame is a tale for the ages.

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